Posts Tagged ‘human extinction’

Let’s look at the moment and see where we are

Posted May 7th, 2014 in Blog, Featured, Zine 2 Comments

Pausing to ponder the many cultural, ecological, political trends coming together to define this moment of crisis and the reasons why we seem so uniquely unable to address them. We are inviting you to share your thoughts with us.

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how to talk about a deteriorating planet in an election year

Posted June 15th, 2012 in Blog, Featured 1 Comment

Fostering Ecological Hope Reflections on Culture and Meaning I don’t know. I wish I could tell you…  Ha! I don’t mean that completely, but obviously we are not going to have a meaningful national conversation anytime soon about the fact that we now require 1.5 earths to continue living as humans do right now, or […]

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New year, new challenges: Not much changed with the hanging of the new calendar on my wall

Posted January 3rd, 2011 in Blog, Featured 1 Comment

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: I think I like celebrating the cycles of nature more than the human-made calendar year. It has much more significance, more resonance, as it were. It is us in tune with the real. These numbers, our appointment books and calendars – they help organize our busy lives but […]

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Examples of polarizing messages on climate change

Posted November 18th, 2010 in Blog, Featured 2 Comments

Fostering Ecological Hope Today from Margaret Swedish: Lately the debate on the science of climate change is not only about climate change, but also about the debate, about the message and how it is communicated. While climate change is only one of the ecological issues we address here, we, too struggle with the balance between […]

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